Interdependence of dynamics and fears of digitalization in an overdrawn yet entertaining scenario.


Digitization is a dynamic process. Some fear, ban and hinder it, others welcome it as chance to change. The antagonism between the Human touch Robot and the overdrawn villains MIŽŽ Leading, Data Dwyer and Petrifex as a kaleidoscope of skepticism towards digitalization displays these ambiguous feelings vividly. And of course the CDO CYPHER as a "message from the future on an evidently over 2.500 years old parchment" and the decyphering of the CDO Code that will reveal the next Digital Leader in combination with a thrilling race in the depth of data space spicies everything up.

Please explain how your poster brings the idea of digital leadership to life?

The contrast of all characters displayed and the at the same time homogenous style point to the interdepence and the antagonism the dynamics and fears of digitalization represent.

Please provide a summary of your film script/storyboard:

Construction workers excavate a mysterious object - a Scytale, a military ciphering method in ancient Greece. Further research show that the Scytale conceales the CDO CYPHER, a message from the future on an evidently over 2.500 years old parchment and a code that will decrypt the name of the next Digital Leader. This brings the to plan an alliance of villains. The scholars hide their research results in the body of A.I.-Robot D-LEAD, the starting point of a race in the depth data space.

What makes your film poster and script special?

Overdrawn characters, a thrilling headline, a homogenous style despite very different characters, the proven and eye-catching antagonism "good vs. bad": All these things invite everybody to face the personal fears towards digitalization with a laughing eye and well entertained.

Are all parts of the design 100% your original work or did you use any stock or third party material? If yes, please link all stock, fonts and Creative Commons material here:

No stock, fonts and Creative Commons material used.